Madison Square Inn
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We drove to Memphis, and decided to splash out on a night in a 12th-storey hotel room. We had a beuatiful view of the Mississippi river. Stunning. Beale street is full of bands and blues, and we sat and ate Cajun food to the strains of David Bowen. Quite different to Bowie! A large black man playing very jazzy blues with the help of a "loop station". Very ...
... city. Several enjoyable sites included Capitol Hill, the Parthenon and the "American Pickers" American Archeology store which housed some of the duo's finds including an old Indian Motorcycle. Centennial Park is home to the world's only full sized replica of the Greek Parthenon. The columns are absolutely massive! A building meant to protect the Goddess ...
We slept in and then had a wonderful late brunch (prepared by DJ) on the back deck.
Cindy went to get her hair done by Erica, so I hung out in the salon waiting on them. Then, we headed to downtown Nashville to hear Daniel Ellsworth and the Great Lakes in concert. (He is the Murphys' neighbor.) Their band was spectacular! A few ...
... was closed.
Wait. Right next door is the Willie Nelson Museum.
Closed for a private event.
All right, next to that was a place called Cooter’s. Open? Yes. We went in. It’s a small souvenir shop full of tchotchkes from the old “Dukes of Hazzard” TV show. Turns out, Cooter was one of the characters on the show, played by Ben Jones. Cooter’s is his store, and he has ...
... that the first night, as we hit up more bars this time! But nonetheless, a great time was had, as always! We went to Full Moon Saloon, Tootsies, Legends, and Second Fiddle! Had a great time at all except for Tootsies; it's just too packed in there. If you want to go enjoy yourself at this bar, go in the afternoon when you can sit down and enjoy the music. You fear for your life heading to the bathroom every time if it's ...
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